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Fri 14 Dec 2018

Vandalism ruins fun ahead of holidays

Vandalism ruins fun ahead of holidays

Biloela Police Senior Sergeant Nick Paton said the vandalism was being investigated

Taskforce isn't coming to Theodore

Taskforce isn't coming to Theodore

If they think we are going to walk away from this and not have a maternity service at Theodore, they are wrong

Award winning artist to perform in region

Award winning artist to perform in region

Tom Cutain performing at Bauhinia Campdraft December 15 and Monto Showgrounds December 16.

Wet start to school holiday likely

Wet start to school holiday likely

Biloela residents can expect a wet start to the school holidays with rain expected for the weekend

Be there exhibition at Biloela art gallery

Be there exhibition at Biloela art gallery

Exhibition Opening on December 14 from 5.30-7.30pm

Sun 9 Dec 2018

Fingerlings set for release in Central Queensland dams

Fingerlings set for release in Central Queensland dams

Fish stocking groups at Callide Dam, Cania Dam, Fairburn Dam, Jones Weir, Theresa Creek Dam and Wuruma Dam

Girlie has no beef with the bulls

Girlie has no beef with the bulls

Elma, better known as "Girlie” was there from the start when it was a fledgling judging competition

Sat 8 Dec 2018

Man airlifted from single vehicle rollover near Theodore

Man airlifted from single vehicle rollover near Theodore

He was transported in a serious but stable condition

Buckle up for Christmas holiday safety

Buckle up for Christmas holiday safety

The safety campaign will run statewide on radio, billboards and social media until late December

Tradeswoman nominated for Qld award

Tradeswoman nominated for Qld award

In 2016 an opportunity for her dream job came up to start her Heavy Diesel Technicians Apprenticeship at Komatsu

Fri 7 Dec 2018

Grains Research Development Corporation update

Grains Research Development Corporation update

The purpose of the meeting was to help inform and discuss the latest leading-edge research that's farm-ready for Central Queensland growers

Award artist to bring outback experience

Award artist to bring outback experience

Tom Curtain will bring a piece of the Territory to Monto and Bauhinia this week

Teachers Union protests education cuts

Teachers Union protests education cuts

We want to see fair funding for state schools and students are missing out on the support needed because of these cuts

Sharing community Christmas blessings

Sharing community Christmas blessings

The response by Biloela had been great but there were still some adoptions yet to finalise

Hook in for Christmas, win $1000 voucher

Hook in for Christmas, win $1000 voucher

One lucky Central Telegraph reader a chance to win a $1000 Home Hardware gift voucher

Shining star lights Christmas up

Shining star lights Christmas up

The high school graduate has an outstanding commitment to her community

Better goods and services for customers

Better goods and services for customers

There is a daily delivery service, installation, disposal of the rubbish and they will go anywhere to support the customers' requirements

UPDATE: Man in custody in Calliope, assisting police

UPDATE: Man in custody in Calliope, assisting police

A man and woman have died after suffering significant injuries at a Central Queensland caravan park.

Thu 6 Dec 2018

OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED: How to acknowledge women in business

OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED: How to acknowledge women in business

Nominate yourself, your boss, a colleague or friends and family.

Mon 3 Dec 2018

Major brewer feels the sting of ring pull beer caps

Major brewer feels the sting of ring pull beer caps

Beer drinkers say their new stubbies have lost something special, with that classic sound of "sttt" in the opening of a twist top now gone.

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